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BRBY Burberry Group Plc

1,100.00
-40.00 (-3.51%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Burberry Group Plc LSE:BRBY London Ordinary Share GB0031743007 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -40.00 -3.51% 1,100.00 1,102.00 1,102.50 1,160.50 1,093.50 1,142.00 3,898,371 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Apparel,accesory Stores 3.09B 490M 1.3394 8.23 4.03B
Burberry Group Plc is listed in the Misc Apparel,accesory Stores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRBY. The last closing price for Burberry was 1,140p. Over the last year, Burberry shares have traded in a share price range of 1,083.50p to 2,537.00p.

Burberry currently has 365,842,456 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Burberry is £4.03 billion. Burberry has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 8.23.

Burberry Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/5/2016
09:08
11th may JP Morgan neutral tp 1330p
philanderer
10/5/2016
10:48
topped up, hope this is a bottom.
lightningbolt
09/5/2016
17:48
9th may Barclays equal weight tp 1350p

reiterates

philanderer
09/5/2016
16:24
I published some analysis of BRBY (which I own) at ShareProphets:

www.shareprophets.com/views/20568/burberry-investing-for-growth-to-2030

rndm355
09/5/2016
16:14
The hole's too deep and he's lost his shovel
login
07/5/2016
00:09
Burberry boss under pressure to come up with a revival plan fast as fashion house sees shares tumble

Read more:

philanderer
06/5/2016
14:11
Burberry is reportedly looking to appoint a senior manager at the British fashion house to support its creative director and CEO Christopher Bailey, who has lead both the creative and the business sides of the brand since the departure of former CEO Angela Ahrendts in 2013
philanderer
05/5/2016
13:55
UBS 'buy' tp 1500p

reiterates

philanderer
03/5/2016
20:02
Burberry suffers image fatigue as CEO struggles to boost sales
philanderer
03/5/2016
11:31
Nice bounce :-)
philanderer
03/5/2016
09:01
how cheap is this going to get, ASC is on a pe of 80, now this is on one of 16, i'm dying to add to my position, will wait a while till the dust settles.
lightningbolt
03/5/2016
08:45
Heading south again this week by the look of it.

That 1100p chart support had better hold or it`s a very long way down.

edit:

It`s China again .

philanderer
26/4/2016
15:31
Chart support at 1180p then a long way down to 1109p. Testing the first one soon by the look of things.
philanderer
25/4/2016
23:33
Yep, patience required here now.
philanderer
22/4/2016
10:32
looks like we're going to drift lower, still long, and looking to add to my position.
lightningbolt
22/4/2016
10:10
"...Burberry has dropped 19p to £12.54 as the luxury sector came under pressure after disappointing results at the Gucci brand of France’s Kering."
philanderer
20/4/2016
08:40
Downgrade this morning..

20th april Goldmans neutral tp 1550p

philanderer
19/4/2016
09:23
Burberry Unveils Lily James As New Face
philanderer
18/4/2016
09:05
18th april RBC underperform tp 1250p cut from 1300p
philanderer
14/4/2016
23:24
Thanks for the reply tongosti , I was thinking maybe LVMH ?


Interesting Lex column in the Financial Times...

Burberry: chequered history

"The luxury fashion retailer’s shares look cheap"

philanderer
14/4/2016
21:40
Phil - tempting as it may sound, the question is who may want to buy BRBY at this stage? I think for a company that generates a significant part of its business from China, any potential bidder would have to be confident it can meaningfully improve performance in that part of the world. In view of the fact that the luxury sector is struggling en masse in China, a potential bid is unlikely I think (naturally, I could be completely wrong here because in a world of record low yields, money needs to be deployed somewhere and the big boys are naturally attracted to M&A's). I would also say that - even though valuations look deceptively cheaper - as opposed to a year ago - what particularly worries me is the slowing rate sales growth. It has been going down for a good while and the situation does not seem likely to improve in the near future. As you know, I am watching closely here with the view to go long at some point. I think that point will arrive when most brokers will issue sell - rather than buy - recommendations. The proverbial throw in the towel moment. I don't think we are there yet so today I decided to open a short with a stop loss at £15. Have a good evening.
tongosti
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